The Community Service Council is a group of students who work together to plan and carry out volunteer events in the Greenville community. From Special Olympics to helping out in cleanup projects and local public school events, the CSC impacts the community in a variety of ways. “CSC events are a great opportunity to invest
This year’s Living Gallery, a BJU Easter tradition that combines beautiful religious artwork, music and drama into one cohesive performance, will take place April 2, 3 and 4 at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., with an extra showing at 2 p.m. on April 4, in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Living Gallery takes artwork from BJU’s Museum & Gallery,
Every Wednesday night at Grace Baptist Church in Campobello, South Carolina, a group of about 15 BJU students minister to around 30 deaf and blind children. The ministry is divided into one blind class and four deaf classes based on age: early elementary, middle elementary, upper elementary and teens. All of the children are students
The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks pulled off a walk-off softball playoff win Monday afternoon against the Kappa Sigma Chi Knights. The second-seeded Razorbacks were 2-1 for the season at the start of the game, while the seventh-seeded Knights were looking for their first win of the season after three games. At the start of the
We’ve all been in this situation: you’re sitting in class and paying attention to what the teacher is saying, when all of a sudden a thought pops into your head and a question forms. You think about raising your hand, but then think of a million reasons not to: it’s not that important, it’s a
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As Bible Conference draws to a close, students will have heard roughly 11 hours of preaching over the last week. But how can they transfer all that knowledge from their heads to their hearts in order to bring about real, lasting change? Here’s a list of tips from University faculty and students on how to